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Ok, so I finally have an answer of sorts! It's a hack, but... basically, you can create a custom EQ that simply lowers all frequencies by the same amount, which is the same as lowering the volume. Step 1: Make your customer EQ in iTunes: Open up iTunes. Select Window > EQ. Then reduce the preamp volume (on the left hand side) to super low. If you want even ...


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Headphones and the Internal speakers are only OR option. You can not have AND. If your headset sometimes does not switch, check the plug for dirt stuck in it. If it is not the hardware, reset your SMC.


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Tis was a major problem for me and I just blew hard straight into the hole where the headphones go and the problem was fixed for me!


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If you are concerned about the volume level, try headphones that have between about 16 and about 32 ohm impedance and with a high sensitivity (dB/mW), say more than about 90 or 100. There are headphones with over 110dB/mW sensitivity with impedance in that range. If the output impedance of the device is a bit lower than the input impedance of the ...


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You don't need special hardware for this. Plug in both headphones, then open Audio Midi setup from /Applications/Utilities. Click the plus in the lower left corner and choose "Create Multi-Output Device." Check the checkboxes beside both headphones in the new panel on the right. If you want to rename it, you can double click the new entry in the list on the ...


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Your earbuds have one plug that goes into the headphone socket on your laptop, that socket does NOT have a microphone pickup. The socket in your iPhone is dual capable, both headphone and microphone connections. You will need to get a headset that has both a microphone and headphone plugs if you want to use your laptop for dictation


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You can use the lil clip to hold the end of your earphone, when you wind it up


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I actualy heard the hiss when music isn’t on using earphones. i have beats pro heaphones. i found that when i disconnect power mag safe from macbook the hiss disapears completely. i guess it is electrical interference. also hear interference when i switch off heater when magsafe is connected. :D



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